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California"s Channel Islands
Frederic Caire Chiles
Written in English
Prehistoric foragers, conquistadors, missionaries, adventurers, hunters, and rugged agriculturalists parade across the histories of these little-known islands on the horizon of twenty-first century Southern California. This chain of eight islands is home to a biodiversity unrivaled anywhere on Earth. In addition, the Channel Islands reveal the complex geology and the natural and human history of this part of the world, from the first human probing of the continent we now call North America to modern-day ranchers, vineyardists, yachtsmen, and backpackers. Not far below the largely undisturbed surface of these islands are the traces of a California that flourished before historical time, vestiges of a complex forager culture originating with the first humans to cross the Bering Land Bridge and spread down the Pacific coast. This culture came to an end a mere 450 years ago with the arrival of Spanish conquistadors and missionaries, whose practices effectively depopulated the archipelago. The largely empty islands in turn attracted Anglo-American agriculturalists, including Frederic Caire Chiles"s own ancestors, who battled the elements to build empires based on cattle, sheep, wine, and wool. Today adventure tourism is the heart of the islands" economy, with the late-twentieth-century formation of Channel Islands National Park, which opened five of the islands to the general public. For visitors and armchair travelers alike, this book weaves the strands of natural history, island ecology, and human endeavor to tell the Channel Islands" full story.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-272) and index.
|Statement||Frederic Caire Chiles|
|LC Classifications||F868.S232 C54 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 282 pages|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||2014025636|
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Frederic Caire Chiles is the author of Justinian Caire and Santa Cruz Island: The Rise and Fall of a California Dynasty. He holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of California–Santa Barbara and divides his time between London, Italy, and California/5(8).
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West of the West: Tales from California's Channel Islands. Series tells the remarkable human and natural history of eight beautiful Islands found off the coast of California.
Known as the Galapagos of North America, the Channel Islands can be seen from the mainland, yet few people know their rich and important history.
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California's Channel Islands: questions answered. This narrative nonfiction book recounts the never before told adventures and ambitions of a group of researchers, naturalists, and explorers who came together in the late s to embark upon a series of unprecedented expeditions.
Their mission: to piece together the human history and biological evolution of California’s eight Channel Islands. 1 California's Channel Islands: An Introduction 3. 2 The First Inhabitants 3 San Miguel Island 4 Santa Rosa Island 5 Santa Cruz Island 6 Anacapa Island 7 Santa Barbara Island 8 San Nicolas Island 9 Santa Catalina Island 10 San Clemente Island Notes Selected Bibliography Index Brand: University of Oklahoma Press.
Eight small islands lie off California’s southern coast; on the map they appear situated roughly along a transect line that bypasses Los Angeles and stretches southeastward from Point Conception to San Diego.
Collectively known as the Channel Islands, five of these islands comprise Channel. The programs tell the human history of California's eight Channel Islands. It is a remarkable saga, including discovery of the oldest human remains in all of North America, the first contact with Europeans ina thriving Native American culture, the Mission period, and more recent efforts to preserve the islands, including leadership by rock musician Joe Walsh.
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Channel Islands National Park encompasses five remarkable islands and their ocean environment, preserving and protecting a wealth of natural and cultural resources. Isolation over thousands of years has created unique animals, plants, and archeological resources found nowhere else on Earth.
Channel Islands, also called Santa Barbara Islands, island chain extending some miles ( km) along, and about 12–70 miles (20– km) off, the Pacific coast of southern islands form two groups.
The Santa Barbara group, to the north, is separated from the mainland by the Santa Barbara Channel and includes San Miguel Island, Santa Rosa Island, Santa Cruz Island, and. WEST OF THE WEST: TALES FROM CALIFORNIA’S CHANNEL ISLANDS is a three-part documentary mini-series on the human history of the eight California Channel Islands.
The series is presented by the Santa. Get this from a library. California's Channel Islands: a history. [Frederic Caire Chiles] -- Prehistoric foragers, conquistadors, missionaries, adventurers, hunters, and rugged agriculturalists parade across the histories of these little-known islands on the horizon of twenty-first century.
Known for being wind-swept, foggy and cold, the islands are at their best on sunny summer days, when the island’s 30,+ pinnipeds – animals such as northern elephant seals, California sea lions, northern fur seals and harbor seals – haul up on the shores of San Miguel.
Tons (literally!) of. Remote yet accessible, this archipelago stretches north along the coast from LA, and the Channel Islands National Park comprises the five northernmost islands. Just hours from the city, the National Park sees less t overnight campers a year and is the perfect spot to escape the crowds, especially mid-week.
California’s Channel Islands presents a definitive archaeological investigation of these unique islands and their inhabitants, and is the first publication to discuss the islands and their peoples holistically rather than individually or by subgroup.
California's Channel Islands by Christopher S. Jazwa,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1). Travel books, guides and maps that may be helpful in planning your trip to the Channel Islands NP area are listed below.
Consider purchasing one or two to help insure a great trip. Channel Islands National Park Publications. Prehistoric foragers, conquistadors, missionaries, adventurers, hunters, and rugged agriculturalists parade across the histories of these little-known islands on the horizon of twenty-first century Southern California.
This chain of eight islands is home to a biodiversity unrivaled anywhere on Earth. In addition, the Channel Islands reveal the complex geology and the natural and human history. Travel Guide to California’s Channel Islands: Everything You Need to Know By Christy Woodrow, Last Modified: September 9, This post covers everything you need to know for planning a trip to any of the five islands in California’s Channel Islands National Park and Marine Sanctuary.
Five islands off the Southern California coast comprise one of America’s most undeveloped—and utterly magical—national parks. Visitors can choose to arrive at any of the Channel Islands National Park islands via an Island Packers boat, which depart daily from Ventura and reach Santa Rosa Island, another option is to hop on a small plane from Camarillo with Channel Islands Aviation.
Close to the California mainland, yet worlds apart, the park encompasses five of the eight California Channel Islands (Anacapa, Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa, San Miguel, and Santa Barbara) and their ocean environment, preserving and protecting a wealth of natural and cultural resources.
The park bridges two biogeographical provinces and in a. The Channel Islands are a group of eight main islands and several minor islands in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, and Ventura counties in Southern California.
The four northern islands are protected in Channel Islands National Park, while two are used by the U.S. Navy. Every day, thousands of Southern California residents see the California Channel Islands on the horizon, yet few can name all eight.
Santa Catalina Island, third largest, is by far the best known. It is the only island with a city, Avalon, where dozens of hotels, shops, and restaurants await visitors : $ ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Rev. and updated ed. of: Cruising guide to the Channel Islands.
Includes index. Description. Located off the coast of Southern California, Channel Islands National Park is an untouched, pristine group of islands that offer plenty of opportunities for outdoor exploration. As the perfect day trip (or longer excursion) from nearby cities in Los Angeles and Ventura counties, Channel Islands is a special environment that only the most devoted national park enthusiasts know about.
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